Japan Will Only Slightly Ease Quarantine Requirements For The Vaccinated
According to The Japan Times, starting in October Japan will ease entry quarantine restrictions for vaccinated people—but only slightly.
Unvaccinated people will still be subject to the current entry requirements; those being a mandatory 14 day quarantine at a government designated hotel, and mandatory testing.
Vaccinated people will still have to quarantine for 10 days and undergo mandatory testing. They will be allowed to quarantine at a location of their choosing though.
It sounds like Japan trusts vaccinated people only slightly more than unvaccinated people. I guess they don’t believe the Western media hype about vaccines preventing infection and spread.
I also haven’t read any news of domestic vaccine mandates or restrictions in Japan. No requirements for employment—in healthcare or otherwise—and no proof of vaccination to enter certain areas.
Japan just went through its Delta variant wave with more cases and fewer deaths than previous waves.
Maybe because they used the dangerous useless ‘horse paste’?
That’s one thing I like about Japan (lived there 16 years!). They march pretty much to their own beat. It’s very much an F-you attitude, in a passive manner, to other countries that try to tell them what to do.
Disappointing…I was really hoping to go hide up in the mountains of Tohoku or something for the rest of my life to get away from this.
The quarantine is not as bad as depicted.
For travelers from most countries of departure, you need to get a covid test before starting your journey, then they give you a spit covid test upon arrival and a. make you take private (car) transportation to your destination; b. make you quarantine at your destination for two weeks, using a smart phone as a shackle.
Here is an example: if you want to visit me or even migrate to join me here in our old rural community, you need to give them my address upon arrival. I pick you up at the Osaka airport in my car and take you directly to my 4 acre compound on the beach, where you will be forced to hang out, go fishing etc. for two weeks. Presently you cannot visit as a tourist but need a permanent residence here or special invitation to work.
If you have an advanced degree, are fairly young and able to work hard at something that is needed (farming/plumbing/nursing etc) , you have the option to emigrate here and get a visa. Lots of things are possible yet we prefer that most people not know about this because a lot of lazy people want to retire here and consume health services on us.
Regarding ivermectin. The American fascists have locked down this place via their money and the TV. The TV watchers (majority of people) have been trained to think that ivermectin is a dangerous poison, and cannot even discuss this objectively. But the liberty loving countryside with non-TVed farming folk, is another world altogether………
That’s awesome having four acres near the sea. I’m currently living in Europe but my wife is Japanese. We’re thinking of moving back before things get too crazy. Next time we go, we’ll buy a plot of land, which is inexpensive in the countryside.
Perhaps the length of time in quarantine has only been slightly reduced but I think being able to quarantine at a location of your choice would make a big difference to your mental perception of time as opposed to being banged up in a Government quarantine hotel but again that would depend on the regime they run there. I guess they have to offer the vaccinated something after going along with this fraud though.